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July 01, 2008


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I absolutely love the paper towel trick! I could never have imagined it. Thanks for sharing all the details. I can't wait to see what else you have up your sleeve.


Wow! You are an inspiration! Between you and Mish, I don't know how much more information, as a newcomer to all of this, I can take! I can't wait to try this technique!

Rose Ann

This is so darling, Ellen!! Thanks for all of the details!! I really love the dimension and whole concept!!

Val S

AWESOME!! Thanks for the really neat idea for adding texture to a stamped image. That is sooo neat!!!


Beautiful! And the paper towel texture idea is out of the box!


OMGOSH. You just NEVER cease to amaze me. How does one think to use a paper towel for texture?
Doesn't matter... I just love the way your brain works!!!
ADORABLE project!!!


You have inspired me to do something with the apron stamp I've had for a years. I got little stamps of tools that fit in the pockets, BBQ stuff, kitchen stuff, gardening stuff, all kinds of goodies. Only made one tool man card, so far, but now I'm thinking Christmas!

Joan B

Another fabulous post. Ilove the way your create darling items and then explain the little secrets behind them.

Pat (mspfd)

This is fabulous. Thanks for sharing your design and recipe! Love the texture you added to the apron. What a wonderful inspiration piece.

Debbie Olson

VERY clever, Ellen! I adore the texture that you created--great job!

Julie Campbell

Oh my goodness! You are just TOO STINKIN' SMART! I love all of your 'wows'!!! So clever!

Maureen W.

Love that paper towel technique!! You are too clever!


This definitely has a new "wow" idea, Ellen! And how cool to make the stamp versatile for Christmastime~! You rock, babe! ;-)

Peggy M.

Looking forward to the YouTube video!

Fjola D

That's alot of great information! I'm going to try the paper towel/texture method! I start thinking about Holiday cards in July and start making them in September, I recently had surgery so we'll see what I come up with. I'll be back to check out your site on your Spellbinders day.

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